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Happy Beaver Hot Sauce - 5 ounce bottle
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Happy Beaver Hot Sauce - 5 ounce bottle

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Happy Beaver Hot Sauce - What makes her so happy Just one taste of this fiery sauce! Made from the infamous "Ghost Chili", it has been named to make it
more palatable to the less adventuresome. Not for the novice, but even a true Chilihead will delight in its smokey, smoldering heat. Give her a try,
C'mon Get Happy!


Allergens: None


All-Natural, Preservative Free


From Ohio


Ingredients: Brown sugar, chili peppers, (Bhut Jolokia, Chipotles) vinegar, tomato paste, corn starch, salt, Black pepper, spices.

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Market Price $10.99

Our Low Price $9.99

Special Price for 3 Bottles $26.97 - Save $6.00 Bottle Price $8.99

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Happy Beaver Hot Sauce - What makes her so happy Just one taste of this fiery sauce! Made from the infamous "Ghost Chili", it has been named to make it more palatable to the less adventuresome. Not for the novice, but even a true Chilihead will delight in its smokey, smoldering heat. Give her a try, C'mon Get Happy!

Allergens: None

All-Natural, Preservative Free

From Ohio

Ingredients: Brown sugar, chili peppers, (Bhut Jolokia, Chipotles) vinegar, tomato paste, corn starch, salt, Black pepper, spices.

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